Q: Does a camera has a length of more or less than one centimeter?

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A pencil's length is quite a bit more than either; a pencil's diameter is several millimeters, but less than a centimeter (unless you're talking about an oversized novelty pencil, or the kind that they make kindergarten students use).

It is by the meter

'Square centimeter' is a unit of area, and 'centimeter' is a unit of length. There's no way to compare them, any more than its possible to compare the size of a gallon to the size of a foot.

1 inch = 2.54 centimeters 5 centimeters is more longer than that.

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Much more. One cm is About the size of a pencil eraser.

decimeter

A centimeter is less than a meter.

A gram definitely has more mass, because a centimeter is not even a unit of mass. It's a unit of length.

10 times greater

A pencil's length is quite a bit more than either; a pencil's diameter is several millimeters, but less than a centimeter (unless you're talking about an oversized novelty pencil, or the kind that they make kindergarten students use).

No, a centimetre is approx. the length of your thumb nail. A desk is more likely to be about a metre in length.

meter

It is by the meter

The iris of the camera allows more or less light to enter the camera.

More or less like a normal camera but with a screen at the back.

Those measures are NOT compatible. -centimeter is length